Engine maker Safran Group is confident that CFM can deliver 1.700 LEAP engines to Airbus and Boeing this year. While supply chain issues do continue, CEO Olivier Andries expects them to ease over the year. The guidance is below that of what Andries said in October...
UPDATED – Air India has signed Letters of Intent with Boeing and Airbus to acquire 470 aircraft, including 400 narrowbodies and 70 widebody aircraft from the two global manufacturers. This is the largest aircraft order placed by an Indian carrier. The order...
CFM International has responded positively to the request of Airbus to ramp up the production of the LEAP engines and meet higher rates in 2024. CFM-parent Safran Group confirmed this during an earnings call on April 29 on the first-quarter results. This would mean...
Yesterday, given this quiet time of the year, we shared some data on the state of fuel burn among US airlines’ single-aisle aircraft. This is the chart we shared. We pointed out that there are three aircraft at or exceeding the 100 seat mile/gallon of fuel. ...
It’s a slow news time of the year. For those of you still at a desk looking for something aviation-related and distracting from what you’d rather be doing, let’s have some data fun. The chart below lists the fuel burn for single-aisle aircraft used...
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